Cabinet of Uruguay
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The Cabinet of Uruguay is composed of thirteen cabinet ministers. Each is appointed by the President of Uruguay, and serves as the head of a particular executive department.
Members of the Council of Ministers
|President of the Republic||Tabaré Vázquez|
|Minister of Foreign Affairs||Rodolfo Nin Novoa|
|Minister of the Interior||Eduardo Bonomi|
|Minister of Education and Culture||María Julia Muñoz|
|Minister of National Defense||Eleuterio Fernández Huidobro|
|Minister of Economy and Finances||Danilo Astori|
|Minister of Social Development||Marina Arismendi|
|Minister of Stockbreeding, Agriculture and Fishing||Tabaré Aguerre|
|Minister of Public Health||Jorge Basso|
|Minister of Labour and Social Security||Ernesto Murro|
|Minister of Transport and Public Works||Víctor Rossi|
|Minister of Industry, Energy and Mining||Carolina Cosse|
|Minister of Tourism and Sport||Liliam Kechichian|
|Minister of Housing, Territorial Planning and Environment||Eneida de León|
- "Uruguayan Cabinet" (in Spanish). Presidencia de la República. Retrieved 29 July 2013.
- "Government Ministers of Uruguay". rulers.org. Retrieved 6 March 2015.